The Good News: Hair grows back—and my hair grows fast (or I think it does!)
OK, it does look a bit nicer because it is lighter and brighter (if grayer) by my face.
The Bad News: I hate it! (see good new above)
There are worse things... Like not having people notice I cut my hair, for one.
I miss brushing my hair (there is no hair to brush!) I hate how the wind catches it and blows it everywhere (but especially my face.) It seems so much thinner (IT IS SO MUCH THINNER) and its more evident --at the back, (the natural crown), it's so thin, I look like I am going bald.. (I AM GOING BALD!)--
My hair (all womens hair? All mens hair? Hair in general?) is sensitive to my hormones. When I was younger, MUCH YOUNGER) I wore my hair down to my waist, and often French braided it. The braid was a thick rope (Not quite a hawser for tying up an ocean liner, but as thick as my wrists--and I am big boned.) I loved it.
Every year my hair got thicker (more deeply rooted) But the strands never got thick—even at its most luxurious, I had fine strands of hair—lots of them, but all of them fine. They got darker, too—from platinum, to tow, to light ash, to medium ash, to dark (dishwater) ash. Now, I have a lot less strands, and they are baby fine once again—but I like that I am returning, if not to platinum, to silver!
There are worse thing.. (see the good news!)
On the knitting front:
Peach socks cast on (but I haven't started the lace leg yet—it's an easy lace—but I need a memory jog)
Blue lace scarf—frogged and restarted. (but I haven't finished a single repeat of the pattern(16 rows) so not much too see either.)
Mystery object(2) started but not at half way point (yesterday's multicolor swatch)
Mystery object (1) is likely going to get –Other stuff... (found more of each of the yarns—new worlds of possibilities await!)